Veteran Storytellers Rule!
Copy is just words. Storytelling changes hearts and minds.
It takes a long time to get really good at something --- over twenty years to be exact.
And over the past, few decades we have watched video kill the radio star, copy become content, and the internet become everything.
Outsource Marketing was born in the early days of Direct Response and cut its teeth in the heyday of Ecommerce.
We know how to sell with words because we were doing it when that's all there really was.
To us --- pitching, persuading and engaging are second nature.
After countless campaigns, tens of thousands of qualified leads, and millions in generated revenue, we've learned that good content boils down to one critical act --- telling a great story and at OMG, we've had them on the edge of their seat for decades.
Storytelling is the most powerful way to cut through the digital noise and speak directly to a prospect.
In the vast cyber-jungle, stories are how we gain seamless entry into the psyche of the customer. They are the Trojan Horses of the sales and marketing effort.
Stories turn our 'gray matter' into bands of color and light that help engage the mind.
Our CLIENT LIST includes work in Finance, Investing, and Alternative Wealth Building as well as Beauty, Wellness, Fitness and Nutrition:
Roche Pharmaceuticals - National Realty Investment Advisors - Scopio - Nationwide Coin & Bullion Reserve - Bank On Yourself - U.S. Money Reserve - Swiss America Trading Corporation - US Forex - Lear Capital - Ty J. Young - Wilshire Finance Partners - Jarrow Formulas - Cell Health Institute - Chella Beauty - BioHarvest International - The Journal of Longevity - Hallmark - TriVita Corporation - Sedona Labs - Great Healthworks - HSN Direct - Sears Home Central - Asia TV Network - Everlast - Gold Medal Fitness - Window Rock Labs, etc.
And our WORK has appeared on National and Broadcast Television, Syndicated Radio and notable Electronic Media:
The Wall Street Journal, CNBC Money, Entrepreneur Magazine, The Street, TalkMarkets, FX Empire, The Journal of Banking and Finance, etc.